Importance Of Ethical Values In Money For Morality By Mary Arguelles

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Have you ever wondered what shapes someone’s ethical choices? As a society it is easy to see how much morals and values can vary between one person and another. Everyone grows up in different situations, which gives them different outlooks on the world. People also associate themselves with different kinds of people. Some may not realize it, but they will look to others around them in a desperate time to see how they should react. There are many factors that can contribute to someone’s ethical choices; two of them are how a person is raised, and whether or not a person is alone in the time of an emergency. One factor that influences ethical choices is how a person is raised. In “Money for Morality” Mary Arguelles discusses that people in

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